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HISTORY OF PERSIA

Malik Dinar, Prince of Kerman, ii. 124

Malik Ismail, Seljuk, ii. in

Malik Kaward, Seljuk, ii. 102, 103, 112,

113
Malik Mahmud, of Sistan, ii. 318, 331,

341; execution of, 342
Malik Shah, Seljuk, ii. 102 ;  reign of,

104-105 j   1065 death of,  107 ;   109,

112, 113, 121

Malik Shah II., ii. in, 112
Malik Shuja-u-Din, ii. 168
Malkom Khan, Prince, 11/502-503, 504
Malloi, the, i. 296
Mameluke   Dynasty,   ii.   25,  78,  189;

Tamerlane's campaign, 208
Mamish    Khan    of    Chinaran;    seizes

Meshed, ii. 387
Mamum,   Caliph,   ii.   69;    proclaimed

Caliph of the East^ 71 ; 72, 73; last

years  and  death,  74 j   golden   age of

Islam during reign of, 74 et seq» j 78,

79, 83, 90, 114, 236
Mana (sacred stone), ii. 4
Manchus, the, ii. 61
Mandane, Princess, i. 149-150
'Mandeans, the, ii. 3
Manes (or Mani), founder of the Mani-

chaean, sect, i. 436-438
Mangishlak peninsula, the, ii. 153
Mangu, son of Tuli, ii. 170, 171
Mangu-Timur, brother of Abaga, ii. 180
Manichaeans, the, i. 436-438 ; persecuted

by Mehdi, ii. 66
Manistu, King, i. 70
Mannai, the, i. 124, 127, 361
Mansur (Abu Jafar), ii. 58, 63-64,  65;

Persian influence, 66 ; 86
Mansur, brother of Abdul Malik, ii, 90
Mansur II., ii. 91
Mansur, Shah, of the Muzaffarid Dynasty,

ii.   195 ;   his  attack on   Tamerlane's

army, 206

Manuchehr, King, i. 143-144
Maps, vol. i.—

To   illustrate   Persian   Invasions   of
Hellas, 150

The Empire of Alexander the Great,
252

Eastern   Turkey in Asia,  Syria, and

Western Persia, In pocket
Maps, vol. ii.—

To illustrate the Rise of Islam, 2

The provinces  of  the Abbasid Cali-
phate, 62

Central Asia, 84

Persia, In pocket

Mar Aba the Great, i. 495, 496
«*Maragha, city of, ii. 159, 175 j observa-
tory at, 227

Marathas, the, ".3515 defeat of, 370
Mafajhon, Battle of, i, 203-206,218, 224,

Marcanda (Samarcand), i. 287, 288
Marcellinus, Ammianus, i. 393, 399, ^z
footnote, 450, 453, 455, 456, 457, 459,
460, 467 footnote
Marco Polo, i. 30, 257 ; ii. 107, no, 124
footnote, 174 footnote; travels in Persia,
181-184; return to Persia, 187 ; 270,
292, 294
Mardan, Ali, Shamlu, ii. 352
Mardan Ali Khan, Bakhtiari, ii. 372, 373
Mardawij  bin Ziyar, founder of Ziyarid
Dynasty, ii. 92
Mardi, the, i. 284, 346
Mardia, i. 54
Mardonius, campaign in Thrace, i. 202-
203 ;  208, 210, 218, 219;   campaign
of, 219-221 ; 222, 223
Marduk (Babylonian deity), i. 82, 83
Marduk-Mudammik, Prince, i. 122
Margiana (the modern Merv), i. 171, 321,
33*> 379
Margians, the, i. 102
Marib, city of, Sabaean capital, ii. 3
Markham, Sir Clements, ii. 210 footnote
Marlowe, Christopher, ii, 209 footnote, 252
Marmora, Sea of, i. 264
Marseilles, i. 159
Mar Shimun, i. 448                                 '
Martel, Charles, ii. 56
Martin, Dr., ii. 293 footnote, 294 footnote
Martiya, Elamite Pretender, i. 171, 189
Martyropolis, i. 517, 519
Marutha (Mesopotamian bishop), i. 464
Marwa, hill of, ii. 4, 18
Mashhad-i-Madar-i-Sulayman   (tomb   of
the Mother of Solomon), i. 191
Mashita ; description of palace at, i. 5x1;
5*5> 523
Masistes, brother of Xerxes, i. 226
Masistius, Persian general, i. 221
Masius, Mount, i. 450, 480
Masjid-i-Shah (Royal Mosque), ii. 285-286
Maskat, ii. 76, 270, 271,^279, 45^457
Maslama, brother of Yezid II., ii. 55
Maspero, Sir G,, i. 36 footnote j 45 foot-
note ; 62 footnote 5 155 footnote $ 174, 176
Masruk (Abyssinian Viceroy), ii. 8
Massagetae, the, i. 481, 482
Massilia (Marseilles), i. 342
Masud, son of Mahmutl, ii. 99, 100
Masudi, Abul Hasan Ali, Arab historian,
i. 12, 423 footnote, 487,498, 500 5 ii. 49
Mauludgah, birthplace of Nadjr Shah, ii.
353
Maurice, Emperor, i. 495, 516, 517, 519,
521, 522, 524, 528
Mavaranahr (Transoxiana), ii. 118
Maybud, town of, ii, 195
Maydan-i-Shah (Royal Square) at Isfahan,
ii. 284-285
Mayo, Lord, ii. 467
Maximin, Emperor, i. 431